- For Microsoft, Improvement is in the Exchange
- Dealing with Databases
- Exchange 12 Server roles
- Understanding Mailbox Enabled and Mail Enabled Recipients in Exchange 2003
- Introducing the Microsoft Exchange Server Profile Analyzer
- Large Security Tokens and Kernel Memory Exhaustion
- Exchange 12 and 64-bit
- Exchange Server 5.5 Rides into the Sunset (Exchange 2000 Server, Saddle Up!)
Microsoft released today the Beta version of the new tool Microsoft Application Analzyer 2006 for Lotus Domino. It’s the most recent weapon in the Messaging & Collaboration war between Microsoft and the big blue.
“The Microsoft Application Analyzer 2006 for Lotus Notes/Domino is a tool that is used to help size and scope a Lotus Notes/Domino application migration project. The tool will analyze Lotus Domino applications, provide reports about application characteristics and recommend possible target solutions on the Microsoft Collaboration Platform.“
- Spam Learning Guide
- Exchange Server 2003 cluster diagnostics
- Structuring Exchange Server for the best log file protection
- E12 Beta 1
- Intelligent Message Filter Updates
- How to Regain Access to an Exchange Server 2003 Organization
- Postmaster NDR resubmit Tool
- Oops – They really shouldn’t have sent that mail!
- Update: Bi-weekly IMF updates for Microsoft Exchange 2003 a step closer, available on WSUS
- Microsoft Exchange 12 Has Competitors, Execs Insist
- CAN-SPAM is working?
Creating an Active Directory Site for Exchange Server is a document from Microsoft IT with detailed discussion and procedures on how they created a dedicated Active Directory services site to optimize the performance of Exchange Server 2003. The document was originally published on December 2004 and has been recently updated.
“Heavy messaging load within Microsoft requires high performing and highly available Active Directory servers to help satisfy the service level agreements (SLAs) for mailbox servers, public folder servers, Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) and routing group bridgehead servers, and Exchange front-end servers. Microsoft IT outlines steps for creating a dedicated Active Directory site for large enterprise data centers where Exchange data is located.“
“Almost a year later then announced, today the first bi-weekly Intelligent Message Filter (SPAM filter) update appeared on Microsoft Update.
The filter appeared on WSUS 2 days ago, it is scheduled to appear bi-weekly on Wednesdays, unless it is not ready.
Be sure to read KB at source for more info!“
As I previously mentioned on a recent post, Exchange 12 Beta 1 was made available to a restrict group of users. Since I’m an Exchange MVP, I get to participate in the program. Let the tests begin!
Microsoft released yesterday the December update for the Outlook 2003 Junk E-mail Filter.
“This update provides the Junk E-mail Filter in Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 with a more current definition of which e-mail messages should be considered junk e-mail.“The update is available here or you can use Microsoft Update. As usual the update comes with the corresponding Knowledge Base article:
“Microsoft Corp. today announced the release of Microsoft® Exchange “12” Beta 1 — the code name for the next version of its leading server for e-mail, calendaring and unified messaging, to a select group of testers.“
The full press-release is available here.
I was reading some news at the Bink.nu site when I noticed this one, which is quite funny:
The Exchange Center of Excellence (ECoE) administers the Microsoft® Exchange Server Risk Assessment and Health Check Program (ExRAP) at Microsoft. An ExRAP engagement provides a detailed on-site technical and operational analysis of a large Exchange deployment. This Note details the most common issues and overlooked vulnerabilities found so far during ExRAP engagements.